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26/11/2019 9:08 pm  

So I wanted to go back and rethink the cover art I use for the podcast. I worked up some new options tonight and thought I'd put it up to a vote. Feedback is welcome.

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27/11/2019 11:48 am  

Option 1

I like the tagline (or subtitle?) "Tactical skills for an adventurous life".

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27/11/2019 1:33 pm  

Odd, I see that there was another vote but the poll results aren't showing.

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27/11/2019 1:54 pm  

@matt

The poll itself didn't show up at first.

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27/11/2019 5:19 pm  

@Matt

So I voted option 1 yesterday, but when the results didn't show, I assumed I forgot to confirm I actually picked something.

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27/11/2019 5:21 pm  

@diceman624

Thanks! It does seem to be the one winning the most votes

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29/11/2019 5:10 pm  

Changes made. I’ve noticed it has already started updating in podcast apps

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